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Originally posted on Faith & I:
Had a wonderful time shooting this family portrait session. This was the happiest one I have shot in a long time…check it out & tell me what you think 🙂 Happiest kiddo ever! Dad & son Loved this one lots! Aaaaaawwwwwww 🙂 Dashing mum! Haha…project photograph the photographer 🙂…

Originally posted on Faith & I:
I had some time a while back to visit the Old port of Mombasa. I had never been there before  so I whipped my camera out & took some shots of the awesome expanse of beauty capturing the seascape in all its glory…take a look at my best pics Loved this…

Ayub Ogada on music, writing & marrying Nyatiti.

Originally posted on Black Roses:
Internationally renowned Kenyan folk music singer/songwriter Ayub Ogada’s music style is defined by the matrimony between his deep smooth voice and the soothing sounds of the nyatiti (a traditional lyre famed of the Luo people of Western Kenya). With just [one] solo album and award, an Academy Awards nomination, countless…

Hope.

Originally posted on Black Roses:
You accidentally hit the ground and incidentally it hurt—it’s alright pick yourself up. Dust yourself off. They said that to guard your dignity, you have to wear a black veil. And to show your chastity, you have to wear a white one. It’s alright take them all off. For like…

Chasing a dream.

Originally posted on s.batavia:
Watching the pink sunset melt into the water on Coron Island, Philippines  Track spinning| Tonight, Lykke Li I quit my job to travel the world. There I said it. Loud and clear for all of you to be my witness to what could be one of the most absurd decisions I’ve made…

The Wangari Maathai Scholarship Fund Launched in Nairobi, Kenya

Originally posted on KahawaTungu:
Partners in the fund include The Green Belt Movement, The Rockefeller Foundation and the Kenya Community Development Foundation. ·         The fund will help nurture new ideas and initiatives, and encourage young people to lead the environmental conservation efforts in Kenya.   22nd October, Nairobi: The Green Belt Movement, The Rockefeller Foundation, and the…

Dear God …

Originally posted on Black Roses:
I come before you like a child lost because I am, and the one who never learns. I’ve gone astray and like the prodigal son, I am your daughter coming home. I have fallen prey to sin and many ills of this world. But in reparation, I am willing to…